Ron Paul is electable. The Establishment however wants to rob the people of a non-Establishment option. Both Fox News and CNN in 2008, when reporting the election in Nevada of the Republican contenders put an on-screen graphic showing 1st, 3rd, and 4th place wins. Blatant and beyond scheming was the omission of 2nd place, Ron Paul. It’s absurd to think Fox News can continue daily to run on it’s channel this absurdity: “Fair and Balanced.” Fox News, CNN, and the other networks are combined against Ron Paul—Ron Paul being the only non-Establishment candidate in the race.
Columnist, author, and contributor to LewRockwell.com, Gary North, constantly rejoices and makes a hay day with the main stream press for their absurdity, hypocrisy, lies, distortion; their slipping into bankruptcy, their market share diminishing, their credibility ever eroding as they sabotage their readers with deception and outlandish reporting—Soviet style. Perhaps no better example is needed than the mockup graphic here included above. Only in a banana republic, the USSR, or Mao’s China would one expect to see reporting such as this, but here it was in the good ol’ US of A. Those watching the Paul Campaign see this USSR approach to journalism constantly in play, but the crowds are increasingly vocal in opposition to it, as seen by a contemptuous crowd in South Carolina where, as always, Ron Paul is glossed over and given the least amount of airtime as possible.
The Quigley Formula of the Elite ~ Anointing Who They Choose You Can Vote For
The Establishment wants the people to become duped and conned endlessly into a “lesser of two evils” sham game. Gary North writes humorously on this horse race, a con job, where we as voters are delivered up just two choices: CFR Team A vs. CFR Team B. (CFR stands for the Council on Foreign Relations, the enemy from within whose design and object is the overthrow of the United States Constitutional government.)
Americans need to wake to the fact that when they choose CFR, be it team A or B, it is still CFR.
George W. Bush tripled the size of government, despite 2000 year election rhetoric to the contrary, and speaking of the need for a more “humble foreign policy” with “no nation building.” His father, the infamous “read my lips, no new taxes” gave the largest tax increase in American history up until that time. He ballooned government and regulation beyond anything his opponent Dukakis could have dreamed possible, as the “conservatives” went to sleep because their “man” was in power.
Obama gave vast promises, and continues the 3rd term of George W. Bush. The Nobel Peace Prize candidate now drops “humanitarian bombs” on Libya. George Orwell didn’t have better fiction than this current reality of calling good evil and evil good.
More and more Americans are figuring out that it indeed doesn’t seem to make a difference whether or not a Democrat or Republican is in office, the agenda is the same. Now we come to what author G. Edward Griffin calls “The Quigley Formula.” Carroll Quigley was a professor of history at Georgetown. Quigley’s book, Tragedy and Hope, puts out the agenda of the elite, and explains their programs and their way to bamboozle the people and gain control of the society. We all would do well to understand this following paragraph, which is more obvious than the nose on our faces if we have any inkling of electoral memory for even the last few election cycles, let alone those of three-quarters of a century. Quigley explains the sham game:
“The National parties and their presidential candidates, with the Eastern Establishment assiduously fostering the process behind the scenes, moved closer together and nearly met in the center with almost identical candidates and platforms, although the process was concealed as much as possible, by the revival of obsolescent or meaningless war cries and slogans (often going back to the Civil War). … The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to the doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can “throw the rascals out” at any election without leading to any profound or extreme shifts in policy. … Either party in office becomes in time corrupt, tired, unenterprising, and vigorless. Then it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party, which will be none of these things but will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies.” [Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time (New York: Macmillan, 1966), pp. 1247–1248.]
“…we shall have the satisfaction of knowing that we have acted conscientiously, and have used our best judgment. And if we have to throw away our votes, we had better do so upon a worthy rather than an unworthy individual who might make use of the weapon we put in his hand to destroy us.” (Times and Seasons, Nauvoo, IV, 441. Cited also in Roberts, Comprehensive History, II, 208–209.)
And his brother Hyrum Smith, who was murdered at his side in 1844, stated:
“We engage in the election the same as in any other principle: you are to vote for good men, and if you do not do this it is a sin: to vote for wicked men, it would be sin. Choose the good and refuse the evil. Men of false principles have preyed upon us like wolves upon helpless lambs. Damn the rod of tyranny; curse it. Let every man use his liberties according to the Constitution. Don’t fear man or devil; electioneer with all people, male and female, and exhort them to do the thing that is right. We want a President of the U. S., not a party President, but a President of the whole people; for a party President disfranchises the opposite party. Have a President who will maintain every man in his rights.” (History of the Church, Vol.6, Ch.15, p.323)
A more recent champion of these former quoted men is Gordon B. Hinckley who wrote a book “Standing For Something” with the foreword by CBS newsman, Mike Wallace. From pages 170 and 171, Gordon B. Hinckley with over 90 years of direct observation could see the sham of these electioneering establishment guys who are expert in delivering “sweet talk” but who don’t mean what they say:
“We are involved in an intense battle. It is a battle between right and wrong, between truth and error, between the design of the Almighty on the one hand and that of Lucifer on the other. For that reason, we desperately need men and women who, in their individual spheres of influence, will stand for truth in a world of sophistry. I have lived long enough now to know that many political campaigns, for example, are the same. I have heard again and again the sweet talk that leads to victory but never seems to be realized thereafter. We need moral men and women, people who stand on principle, to be involved in the political process. Otherwise, we abdicate power to those whose designs are almost entirely selfish.”
Awe yes, the “sweet talk that leads to victory.” Young people, those inheriting endless debt; a rising police state; oppression of their civil liberties; wrecking of their dollar by government borrowing, spending and most of all the Marxist Federal Reserve Bank that permits the whole process; are not buying that sweet talk. We see it as toxic, putrid, and as coming from a cesspool of “scheming leaders” and liars who would put a gun to our head for a thousand different reasons, and have now laid the legislation to be able to do so without due process.
Ron Paul is Electable, but the point is, if he were not electable, we would not go cast our vote on who was “electable” so as to be able to “win” or place a bet. We’ve done that before. Many did that for George W. Bush who tripled the size of government. We will vote for the only non-CFR candidate, for we have seen the constant increase of the same agenda, “with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies.”